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You could hardly call this rundown hovel a resort. Its old, dingy, dirty and disgraceful.
We only lasted 1 night of a 6 night stay it was so bad.
The room had a funky odour and there was no pressure in the shower at all....More
Ko Samui is definitely one of the few places in Thailand where you get what you pay for in relation to accommodation. Thank goodness we only paid $60 AUD a night for this place (I cant even bring myself to call it a hotel)
We probably picked this hotel as it was close to wmc lamai for a few weeks of kicking boxing training. Great location on the beach, decent pool. Food at the restaurant by the pool - excellent and not that much more expensive than outside the...More
Recently stayed here to be close to the local WMC kickboxing gym up the road, so we booked out of connivence and after reading some of the damning reviews our expectations were low.
However on arrival we were pleasantly surprised at the charming hotel, amazing...More
I could write an essay on this one but basically here are the marks to make decision making easier:
Pool and beach 5/5
Pool restaurant food 4/5
Bathroom 1/5 ( you many need ant/cockroach spray from 7/11 outside)
US$48 - US$100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#18 Spa Hotel in Lamai Beach
#27 On the Beach Hotel in Lamai Beach
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